My foremost concern with this bill is that DHS has expressed apprehension towards this legislation because of the harm it could cause with DHS's relationship with the Muslim community, which is incredibly important in our fight against Islamic extremism. It is vital that the Muslim community trusts our government because of their role in alerting authorities about potential extremists here in America. Furthermore, I am concerned that this bill will be used to further certain agendas, whether it be the policy of interventionism or peace, because lawmakers can cherry pick who they want to testify in order to justify a lawmaker's beliefs. This has been done in the past to justify the Persian Gulf War, the Iraq War, and countless others. Finally, I am concerned that this bill will be used to focus only on Islamic extremism (which accounts for only 6% of domestic terrorist attacks) rather than to also fight against extreme right-wing terrorism (which kills 5 times as many people as Islamic extremism in the US).